Sharing & Publication

Online platforms, live broadcasting, and public displays

Social media, live streaming, and demonstrations are integral aspects of our interaction with AI-generated content. To address potential risks, we’ve established a policy for permissible sharing.

Feel free to post your own prompts or completions on social media and livestream your usage or product demonstrations to groups, ensuring adherence to the following guidelines:

  • Review each generation manually before sharing or streaming.
  • Attribute the content to your name or company.
  • Clearly indicate that the content is AI-generated, leaving no room for misunderstanding.
  • Avoid sharing content violating our Content Policy or causing offence.
  • Exercise judgement when taking audience requests for prompts, avoiding those contravening our Content
  • Policy.
  • To bring specific completions to our attention, email us or use the reporting tools in Playground.
  • Recognize that you’re interacting with the raw model, lacking filtering for biassed or negative responses.

For content co-authored with the QX LABS PTE. LTD. API, creators can publish first-party written content (e.g., books) under certain conditions:

  • Attribute the content to your name or company.
  • Clearly disclose the role of AI in formulating the content in an easily understandable manner.
  • Ensure content topics align with QX LABS PTE. LTD.’s policies, avoiding harmful or inappropriate subjects.
  • Refrain from sharing content that may offend others.

Regarding research publications related to the QX LABS PTE. LTD. API, we encourage transparency and collaboration. Feel free to reach out to us at for advanced notice or questions. Depending on the nature of your work, we may want to highlight it internally or externally. In cases related to security or misuse, use our Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure Program to report issues promptly.

For those interested in subsidised access through the Researcher Access Program, share details about your research use case in your application. While we prioritise certain research directions, you’re free to propose your own. Due to a high volume of requests, we’ll only contact you if your application is selected for subsidy.